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Great Britain & Ireland wins Curtis Cup
For the first time since 1996, Great Britain & Ireland defeated the United States on Sunday to capture the Curtis Cup. The GB&I team took five out of... more>>
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Minjee Lee wins U.S. Girls' Juniors
Minjee Lee was playing in a USGA championship for the first time. She's 1-for-1. Lee, a 16-year-old Australian, rallied from three holes down Saturday to... more>>
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New York cruises to MST title
Michael Miller posted a 3-under 68 on Friday to lead the team from New York to the title at the USGA Men's State Team Championship. Max Buckley had... more>>
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PGA - U.S. Open Championship Preview
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Dates: Thursday, June 14th through Sunday, June 17th
Site: The Olympic Club (Lake Course), San Francisco, California
Course Architect: Sam Whiting and Willie Watson (1927), Robert Trent Jones (1955)
Par: 70
Yardage: 7,170
Hole-By-Hole
HoleParHolePar
1 Par 4 - 520 yards 10 Par 4 - 424 yards
2 Par 4 - 428 yards 11 Par 4 - 430 yards
3 Par 3 - 247 yards 12 Par 4 - 451 yards
4 Par 4 - 438 yards 13 Par 3 - 199 yards
5 Par 4 - 498 yards 14 Par 4 - 419 yards
6 Par 4 - 489 yards 15 Par 3 - 154 yards
7 Par 4 - 288 yards 16 Par 5 - 670 yards
8 Par 3 - 200 yards 17 Par 5 - 522 yards
9 Par 4 - 449 yards 18 Par 4 - 344 yards
34 - 3,557 yards36 - 3,613 yards
Annual: 112th
Television:
ESPN - Thursday/Friday -- 1-3 p.m. (et), 5-10 p.m. (et),
NBC - Thursday/Friday -- 3-5 p.m. (et),
NBC - Saturday/Sunday -- 4-10 p.m. (et)
Defending Champion: Rory McIlroy
Runner-Up: Jason Day
Tournament Record: 268 (Rory McIlroy, 2011 - Congressional C.C., Blue Course)
54-Hole Record: 199 (Rory McIlroy, 2011 - Congressional C.C., Blue Course)
36-Hole Record: 131 (Rory McIlroy, 2011 - Congressional C.C., Blue Course)
18-Hole Record: 63 (Johnny Miller, 1973 - Oakmont Country Club; Jack Nicklaus, Tom Weiskopf, 1980 - Baltusrol Golf Club; Vijay Singh, 2003 - Olympia Fields Country Club)
Total Purse: $8,000,000
Shares: 1st Place - $1,440,000; 2nd place - $865,000; 3rd place - $545,000
2011 Finish
 PlayerScorePlayerScore
  Rory McIlroy 268 Y.E. Yang 278
  Jason Day 276 Sergio Garcia 279
  Kevin Chappell 278 Peter Hanson 279
  Robert Garrigus 278 Louis Oosthuizen 280
  Lee Westwood 278 Charl Schwartzel 280
Past United States Open Winners
YearWinnerScoreRunner-UpsCourse
2011Rory McIlroy268Jason DayCongressional
2010Graeme McDowell284Gregory HavretPebble Beach
2009Lucas Glover276Mickelson, Duval, BarnesBethpage Black
2008*Tiger Woods283Rocco MediateTorrey Pines
2007Angel Cabrera285Woods, FurykOakmont
2006Geoff Ogilvy285Furyk, Mickelson, MontgomerieWinged Foot
2005Michael Campbell280Tiger WoodsPinehurst
2004Retief Goosen276Phil MickelsonShinnecock Hills
2003Jim Furyk272Stephen LeaneyOlympia Fields
2002Tiger Woods277Phil MickelsonBethpage Black
2001*Retief Goosen276Mark BrooksSouthern Hills
2000Tiger Woods272Els, JimenezPebble Beach
1999Payne Stewart279Phil MickelsonPinehurst
1998Lee Janzen280Payne StewartThe Olympic Club
1997Ernie Els276Colin MontgomerieCongressional
1996Steve Jones278Lehman, Love IIIOakland Hills
1995Corey Pavin280Greg NormanShinnecock Hills
1994*Ernie Els279Roberts, MontgomerieOakmont
1993Lee Janzen272Payne StewartBaltusrol
1992Tom Kite285Jeff SlumanPebble Beach
1991*Payne Stewart282Scott SimpsonHazeltine National
1990*Hale Irwin280Mike DonaldMedinah
1989Curtis Strange278Beck, McCumber, WoosnamOak Hill
1988*Curtis Strange278Nick FaldoThe Country Club
1987Scott Simpson277Tom WatsonOlympic Club
1986Raymond Floyd279Wadkins, BeckShinnecock Hills
1985Andy North279Barr, Chen, WatsonOakland Hills
1984*Fuzzy Zoeller276Greg NormanWinged Foot
1983Larry Nelson280Tom WatsonOakmont
1982Tom Watson282Jack NicklausPebble Beach
1981David Graham273Burns, RogersMerion
1980Jack Nicklaus272Isao AokiBaltusrol
1979Hale Irwin284Player, PateInverness Club
1978Andy North285Stockton, SneadCherry Hills
1977Hubert Green278Lou GrahamSouthern Hills
1976Jerry Pate277Weiskopf, GeibergerAtlanta Athletic Club
1975*Lou Graham287John MahaffeyMedinah
1974Hale Irwin287Forrest FelzerWinged Foot
1973Johnny Miller279John SchleeOakmont
1972Jack Nicklaus290Bruce CramptonPebble Beach
1971*Lee Trevino275Jack NicklausMerion
1970Tony Jacklin281Dave HillHazeltine
1969Orville Moody281Beman, Geiberger, RosburgChampions
1968Lee Trevino275Jack NicklausOak Hill
1967Jack Nicklaus275Arnold PalmerBaltusrol
1966*Billy Casper278Arnold PalmerOlympic Club
1965*Gary Player278Kel NagleBellerive
1964Ken Venturi278Tommy JacobsCongressional
1963*Julius Boros293Cupit, PalmerThe Country Club
1962*Jack Nicklaus283Arnold PalmerOakmont
1961Gene Littler281Goalby, SandersOakland Hills
1960Arnold Palmer280Jack NicklausCherry Hills
1959Billy Casper282Bob RosburgWinged Foot
1958Tommy Bolt283Gary PlayerSouthern Hills
1957*Dick Mayer282Cary MiddlecoffInverness Club
1956Cary Middlecoff281Hogan, BorosOak Hill
1955*Jack Fleck287Ben HoganOlympic Club
1954Ed Furgol284Gene LittlerBaltusrol
1953Ben Hogan283Sam SneadOakmont
1952Julius Boros281Ed OliverNorthwood
1951Ben Hogan287Clayton HeafnerOakland Hills
1950*Ben Hogan287Mangrum, FazioMerion
1949Cary Middlecoff286Snead, HeafnerMedinah
1948Ben Hogan276Jimmy DemaretRiviera
1947*Lew Worsham282Sam SneadSt. Louis
1946*Lloyd Mangrum284Ghezzi, NelsonCanterbury
1945No championship (World War II)
1944No championship (World War II)
1943No championship (World War II)
1942No championship (World War II)
1941Craig Wood284Denny ShuteColonial
1940*Lawson Little287Gene SarazenCanterbury
1939*Byron Nelson284Wood, ShutePhiladelphia
1938Ralph Guldahl284Dick MetzCherry Hills
1937Ralph Guldahl281Sam SneadOakland Hills
1936Tony Manero282Harry CooperBaltusrol
1935Sam Parks Jr.299Jimmy ThomsonOakmont
1934Olin Dutra293Gene SarazenMerion Cricket Club
1933Johnny Goodman287Ralph GuldahlNorth Shore
1932Gene Sarazen286Perkins, CruickshankFresh Meadows
1931*Billy Burke292George Von ElmInverness
1930Robert T. Jones Jr.287Macdonald SmithInterlachen
1929Robert T. Jones Jr.294Al EspinosaWinged Foot
1928*Johnny Farrell294Robert T. Jones Jr.Olympia Fields
1927*Tommy Armour301Harry CooperOakmont
1926Robert T. Jones Jr.293Joe TurnesaScioto
1925*Willie Macfarlane291Robert T. Jones Jr.Worcester
1924Cyril Walker297Robert T. Jones Jr.Oakland Hills
1923*Robert T. Jones Jr.296Bobby CruickshankInwood
1922Gene Sarazen288Black, Jones Jr.Skokie
1921James M. Barnes289Hagen, McLeodColumbia
1920Edward Ray295Vardon, Burke, Diegel, HutchisonInverness
1919*Walter Hagen301Mike BradyBrae Burn
1918No championships (World War I)
1917No championships (World War I)
1916Charles Evans Jr.286Jock HutchisonMinikahda Club
1915Jerome Travers297Tom McNamaraBaltusrol
1914Walter Hagen290Charles Evans Jr.Midlothian
1913*Francis Quimet304Vardon, RayThe Country Club
1912John McDermott307Tom McNamaraCountry Club of Buffalo
1911*John McDermott307Brady, SimpsonChicago
1910*Alex Smith289McDermott, SmithPhiladelphia Cricket Club
1909George Sargent290Tom McNamaraEnglewood
1908*Fred McLeod322Willie SmithMyopia Hunt Club
1907Alex Ross302Gil Nicholls Philadelphia Cricket Club
1906Alex Smith295Willie SmithOnwentsia Club
1905Willie Anderson314Alex SmithMyopia Hunt Club
1904Willie Anderson303Gil NichollsGlen View Club
1903*Willie Anderson307David BrownBaltusrol
1902Laurie Auchterlonie307Stewart GardnerGarden City
1901*Willie Anderson331Alex SmithMyopia Hunt Club
1900Harry Vardon313JH TaylorChicago
1899Willie Smith315Low, Fitzjohn, WayBaltimore
1898Fred Herd328Alex SmithMyopia Hunt Club
1897Joe Lloyd162Willie AndersonChicago
1896James Foulis152Horace RawlinsShinnecock Hills
1895Horace Rawlins173Willie DunnNewport
* - Won in playoff
Top Contenders in the Field
 Player2002200320042005200620072008200920102011
Rory McIlroy --- --- --- --- --- --- --- T-10 mc Won
Jason Day --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 2nd
Lee Westwood --- --- T-36 T-33 --- T-36 3rd T-23 T-16 T-3
Y.E. Yang --- --- --- mc --- --- --- --- mc T-3
Robert Garrigus --- --- mc --- --- --- mc --- --- T-3
Kevin Chappell --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- T-3
Peter Hanson --- --- --- mc --- T-30 --- T-18 T-16 T-7
Sergio Garcia 4th T-35 T-20 T-3 mc mc T-18 T-10 T-22 T-7
Charl Schwartzel --- --- --- --- T-48 T-30 --- mc T-16 T-9
Louis Oosthuizen --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- mc T-9
Brandt Snedeker --- --- --- mc --- T-23 T-9 mc T-8 T-11
Graeme McDowell --- --- --- T-80 T-48 T-30 --- T-18 Won T-14
Matt Kuchar mc --- --- mc mc --- T-48 mc T-6 T-14
Webb Simpson --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- T-14
Steve Stricker T-16 --- mc --- T-6 T-13 T-29 T-23 T-58 T-19
Dustin Johnson --- --- --- --- --- --- T-48 T-40 T-8 T-23
Retief Goosen mc T-42 Won T-11 mc mc T-14 T-16 T-58 T-23
Bill Haas --- mc T-40 --- --- --- --- --- --- T-23
Zach Johnson --- --- T-48 mc mc T-45 mc mc T-77 T-30
Martin Kaymer --- --- --- --- --- --- T-53 mc T-8 T-39
Lucas Glover mc --- --- --- mc mc --- Won T-58 T-42
Padraig Harrington T-8 T-10 T-31 mc 5th mc T-36 mc T-22 T-45
Robert Karlsson T-45 --- --- mc --- mc T-4 --- T-27 T-45
Luke Donald T-18 --- --- T-57 T-12 mc wd mc T-47 T-45
Phil Mickelson 2nd T-55 2nd T-33 T-2 mc T-18 T-2 T-4 T-54
Bubba Watson --- --- mc --- --- T-5 mc T-18 --- T-63
Ernie Els T-24 T-5 T-9 T-15 T-26 T-51 T-14 mc 3rd mc
Jim Furyk mc Won T-48 T-28 T-2 T-2 T-36 T-33 T-16 mc
Angel Cabrera T-66 T-35 16th T-33 T-26 Won mc T-54 T-22 mc
Jason Dufner --- --- --- --- T-40 62nd --- --- T-33 mc
Ian Poulter --- --- mc T-57 T-12 T-36 wd T-18 T-47 mc
Nick Watney --- --- --- --- --- mc T-60 mc 76th mc
Hunter Mahan --- mc --- --- --- T-13 T-18 T-6 mc mc
Adam Scott mc mc mc T-28 T-21 mc T-26 T-36 mc mc
Geoff Ogilvy --- mc --- T-28 Won T-42 T-9 T-47 mc mc
Michael Campbell mc mc mc Won mc T-58 mc mc mc mc
Rickie Fowler --- --- --- --- --- --- T-60 mc --- mc
Justin Rose --- T-5 mc --- --- T-10 mc mc --- mc
Tiger Woods Won T-20 T-17 2nd mc T-2 Won T-6 T-4 ---
Tim Clark --- mc T-13 T-3 mc T-17 T-48 T-40 T-12 ---
Keegan Bradley --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
mc - Missed Cut
wd - Withdrew
--- - Did Not Play
dq - Disqualified
Sports Network Selections
Pick to Win - Luke Donald, Justin Rose, Ian Poulter
Darkhorse - Bo Van Pelt, Jim Furyk, Jonathan Byrd
Last Week's Pick to Win (Zach Johnson) - Missed the cut
Last Week's Darkhorse (Ryan Palmer) - Finished tied for 3rd
NOTES:
Will Rory McIlroy bounce back from recent poor play to defend his U.S. Open title and win his second major championship? Can Tiger Woods win his 15th major title and first since winning the U.S. Open in 2008? Will Phil Mickelson win his fifth major and first U.S. Open? Can Bubba Watson win his second straight major after winning the Masters in April? Will world No. 1 Luke Donald, Lee Westwood, Matt Kuchar, Justin Rose, Hunter Mahan, Jason Dufner, Dustin Johnson or Steve Stricker break through and win their first major championship? These questions will all be answered this week as the world's best make the trek to The Olympic Club in San Francisco, California as it hosts the U.S. Open for the fifth time.

World No. 1 Donald is in good form as he attempts to win his first major. He has finished in the top-12 in his last four events, including a win at the BMW PGA Championship on the European Tour. Donald has also won once this year on the PGA Tour at the Transitions Championship.

McIlroy missed three straight cuts at three big events - The Players Championship, the BMW PGA Championship on the European Tour and the Memorial - before finishing tied for seventh last week at the St. Jude Classic. It was the first time he missed three straight cuts since 2008, when he was 19 years old. It's been 21 years since there was a repeat champion at this event.

The last back-to-back winner of the championship was Curtis Strange, who titled in 1988-89. Since 1991, only Graeme McDowell, Woods and Retief Goosen have finished better than 40th in trying to defend their Open crowns. McDowell finished tied for 14th last year; Goosen finished tied for 11th in 2005 after holding a three-stroke lead after 54 holes; Woods finished 12th in 2001; he was tied for 20th in 2003; and tied for sixth in 2009.

Woods is coming off his second win of 2012 at the Memorial. He looked to be in old Tiger form in the final round, as he fired a 67 and had a memorable chip-in at the 16th hole on his way to victory. Woods is one of only three players with two PGA Tour wins this season (Jason Dufner, Hunter Mahan).

Watson won the Masters in April for his first major championship. He has a chance to become only the sixth player ever to win the Masters and U.S. Open titles in the same year. Ben Hogan (1951, 53) did it twice. The others were Craig Wood (1941), Arnold Palmer (1960), Jack Nicklaus (1972) and Woods (2002).

An American has won this event in 21 of the last 30 years. Only South Africa's Ernie Els (1994, 97) and Goosen (2001, 04), New Zealand's Michael Campbell (2005), Australia's Geoff Ogilvy (2006), Argentina's Angel Cabrera (2007) and Northern Ireland's McDowell (2010) and McIlroy (2011) have won the title in that span. In the last 58 years, American players have captured 46 U.S. Opens.

Ten past champions are in the field - Cabrera, Campbell, Els, Jim Furyk, Lucas Glover, Goosen, McDowell, McIlroy, Ogilvy and Woods.

Not only will the winner receive a check for $1,440,000, but the victor also receives an Open exemption for the next 10 years, an invitation to the next five Masters, an invitation to the next five British Opens, an invitation to the next five PGA Championships, an invitation to the next five Players Championships and exempt status on the PGA Tour for the next five years.

The championship is open to any professional or amateur golfer with a USGA Handicap Index not exceeding 1.4. The deadline for entries was April 25th. The USGA accepted 8,300 entries in 2011. A record 9,086 entries were accepted for Bethpage Black in 2009.

Last year, McIlroy rewrote the U.S. Open history book at Congressional. The 22-year-old Northern Irishman shot four rounds in the 60s and won by a staggering eight shots. He finished at 16-under 268, which set records for lowest score and lowest score in relation to par in U.S. Open history. McIlroy reached 17-under par, which was a first at the U.S. Open. He became the youngest winner of this championship since Bobby Jones in 1923. All totaled for the week, McIlroy broke or tied 12 U.S. Open records. He joined Lee Trevino and Lee Janzen as the only players ever to shoot four rounds in the 60s in regulation -- Trevino in 1968 and Janzen in 1993.

The 20 sub-par totals for 72 holes at Congressional Country Club in 2011 were the second-most all-time in U.S. Open history behind 28 sub-par totals at Medinah Country Club in 1990. The 108 sub-par rounds recorded were the second-most all-time behind the 124 at Medinah in 1990. The 32 sub-par scores in the final round are the most all-time, breaking the previous record of 18 at Baltusrol Golf Club in 1993.

In 2010, Northern Ireland's McDowell became the first European in 40 years to win the U.S. Open, shooting rounds of 71-68-71-74 for a one-shot victory over Gregory Havret of France. Tony Jacklin was the last European player to win when he captured the event in 1970.

In 2009, Glover won exactly two weeks to the day after he qualified to play in it. Glover never even made a U.S. Open cut before 2009. Scratching his way to a three-over 73 in the final round, he beat Mickelson, David Duval and Ricky Barnes by two shots at four-under 276. Glover became only the sixth qualifier since 1960 to win. It was the second time Mickelson took runner-up on the Black course at Bethpage State Park, as he lost to Woods in 2002. Glover, No. 71 in the world when he arrived at Bethpage, became the fourth-lowest ranked golfer to win this event since the rankings were instituted in 1986.

In 2008, Woods finally beat Rocco Mediate on the 91st hole on Monday, ending a classic major championship with a par at the 19th hole of a playoff. Woods made a birdie to send the scheduled 18-hole playoff into sudden-death, then needed only a routine par at the next hole after Mediate bounced a bunker shot off the cart path and against the bleachers. It brought to an end one of the longest U.S. Opens in history, a tournament whose first four rounds played out in primetime on the East Coast. Millions watched one of Woods' most compelling victories. With his win in 2008, Woods recorded his ninth USGA national championship title, matching the record set by Bobby Jones.

Cabrera, from Argentina, won in 2007 with a one-under 69 in the final round to hold off Woods and Jim Furyk for his country's first major championship in 40 years. Cabrera ended at five-over 285, carding two of the eight sub-70 rounds yielded by tough Oakmont all week, to beat Woods and Furyk by a shot. Roberto DeVicenzo won Argentina's only previous major championship at the 1967 British Open at Hoylake, but is probably best remembered for a scoring gaffe that cost him a chance to win the 1968 Masters. Furyk became the first player to post back-to-back second-place finishes since Palmer in 1966-67.

In 2006, Mickelson found a trash can, a tent, and yet another way to finish runner-up. Mickelson's try for a third straight major championship ended in a collapse at Winged Foot when he double-bogeyed the 18th hole to all but hand Australian Geoff Ogilvy the win. Ogilvy chipped in for par at 17, made par from a sand divot on 18 and closed with a two-over 72 to become the first Australian since David Graham in 1981 to win this event. He celebrated in front of a television monitor, having finished one group ahead of Mickelson. Ogilvy won by one shot over Mickelson, Furyk and Colin Montgomerie, who all stumbled down the stretch.

In 2005, New Zealand's Campbell overcame a four-shot deficit and a hard charge from Woods in the final round to capture the title at Pinehurst No. 2. Campbell was the only one in the championship to finish at par or better with a four-round total of even-par 280. It was Campbell's first major victory and first title in the United States. Campbell joined Bob Charles as the only players from New Zealand to win major championships. Charles captured the 1963 British Open.

It's happened seven times, but only six players have won wire-to-wire: Walter Hagen (1914), James Barnes (1921), Hogan (1953), Jacklin (1970), Woods (2000, 2002) and McIlroy (2011)

The PGA Tour moves to Connecticut next week for the Travelers Championship, where Fredrik Jacobson captured his first PGA Tour title last year.
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Shim wins U.S. Junior championship
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Korea repeats at Women's World Am
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Kim downs Ramsey to win
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Ko downs Green to win Women's Am
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Simson wins U.S. Senior Am
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Na Yeon Choi wins by 4
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Fox completes stunning comeback
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U.S. wins World Am with record score
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Vogel trounces Aylwin in Publinx final
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Smith wins U.S. Mid-Am
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Stasi tops Waynick in Mid-Am final
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Chapman wins another major
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Port wins U.S. Senior Women's Am
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Final 2012 United States Golf Association Results
(Complete through Thursday, October 11th, 2012)

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Winner (Score)Runners-Up
Curtis CupGB&I (10 1/2 - 9 1/2)United States
U.S. OpenWebb Simpson ( +1, 281)Graeme McDowell
  Michael Thompson
U.S. Women's Amateur PLKyung Kim ( 4 & 2 )Ashlan Ramsey
U.S. Women's OpenNa Yeon Choi ( -7, 281)Amy Yang
U.S. Amateur Public LinksT.J. Vogel (12 & 10)Kevin Aylwin
U.S. Senior OpenRoger Chapman (-10, 270)Fred Funk
  Bernhard Langer
  Tom Lehman
  Corey Pavin
U.S. Junior AmateurAndy Hyeon Bo Shim (4&3)Jim Liu
U.S. Girls' JuniorMinjee Lee ( 1-up )Alison Lee
U.S. Women's AmateurLydia Ko ( 3 & 1 )Jaye Marie Green
U.S. AmateurSteven Fox ( 1-up )Michael Weaver
USGA Senior Women's AmateurEllen Port ( 4 & 3 )Jane Fitzgerald
U.S. Mid-AmateurNathan Smith ( 1-up )Garrett Rank
USGA Men's State TeamNew York ( +2, 428)Iowa
Women's World Amateur TeamKorea (-13, 563)Germany
USGA Senior AmateurPaul Simson ( 4 & 3 )Curtis Skinner
World Amateur TeamUnited States (-24, 404)Mexico
U.S. Women's Mid-AmateurMeghan Stasi ( 6 & 5 )Liz Waynick

As of October 11, 2012, at 01:06 PM ET

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